Goodwin lawyer Joanna Jiang has been recognized as one of Corporate Counsel Women of Color’s (CCWC) Next Gen Emerging Leaders. The award recognizes millennial legal professionals who stand out because of their talent, drive, and dedication in serving their community.
Based in Washington, D.C., Jiang is an associate in Goodwin’s Financial Industry group and a member of its Investment Management practice. She focuses her practice on representing investment companies, investment advisers, independent directors and trustees, exchange-traded funds, and broker-dealers on a variety of investment management matters. She also has extensive experience representing 529 college savings plan sponsors and participants in connection with the creation, operation and management of 529 college savings plans, drafting plan disclosure documents, drafting and negotiating program management, distribution, selling agent, administration, marketing and investment consulting agreements, and navigating compliance issues with the Internal Revenue Service, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Formed in 2004, CCWC is a not-for-profit 4,500 member organization of women attorneys of color who serve as general counsel, assistant general counsel, corporate counsel, in-house legal counsel, and other capacities for Fortune 1000 companies, Forbes 2000 companies, not-for-profit corporations, and other entities in the US and abroad. The organization’s mission is to provide a support network to in-house women of color, facilitate networking around the nation and abroad, and promote all aspects of global diversity in the legal profession and workplace.
Jiang will be honored at CCWC’s 17th Annual Career Strategies Conference in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2021.